New Year’s Eve, just 8 months late…

  1. Louise Firth says:

    Those photos are just dreamy! What a great way to experience new years. I’m excited to be heading to Myanmar for new years this year, spending the night near a lake. I’m hoping for a sky full of shooting stars and some relaxed company. I find a forced new years rarely lives up to expectations!

  2. Rachel says:

    Who cares if it is 8 months late, it looks & sounds idilic x

  3. Maja Moliere says:

    Looks PERFECT! I am totally with you on those too high expectations. That’s why New Year’s is my least favourite holiday actually. Just too much expected from everything, you end up a bit disappointed. We have been keeping it low key the few years as well. Just friends, lots of food and dancing in the living room.

  4. Jim Mandoli says:

    I know how you feel, I crave the crispy forest air all the time and if a month goes by without at least a bike ride in the nearest forest I get really anxious to spend some time away from the city.
    Great photos, can’t wait for winter to get here!

  5. Oh my this sounds so lovely! It’s making me excited for the arrival of autumn and winter. And you are right, low-key New Year’s Eve celebrations always turn out to be the best!

    P.S. Don’t be ashamed about posting this pictures "a tad" late; back in January I posted pictures from a New Year’s Day walk in the botanic gardens from the year before. Oh well.

  6. Livvy says:

    Yes! I know exactly what you mean – I’m a country soul and staying in London for too long leaves me feeling lost. A trip home to the forests and the fresh air is the only thing to sort me out sometimes.

    The Blue Mountains are incredible – go during winter, and get the cable car across the gorge at Scenic World in Katoomba (most incredible views!) – at the other side, there is a steep, steep hill up to a little tiny chocolate shop. Sit on the wooden porch and drink hot chocolate warmed over a tealight candle, wrapped in a giant knit.

    Coming from a one-time Straya-Pom – it is the closest Australia comes to feeling like the Northern Hemisphere.

    L x

  7. Meg Colorado says:

    So glad you did post these. They’re so pretty! Happy New Year!

  8. Kerri says:

    It’s never too late (or too early) for pictures of the mountains and the winter time! I love the winter time 🙂 Really lovely photos! A nice and welcomes change to beach snaps 😉

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